24. November 2020
This year hasn't been an easy one for many of us. The pandemic has affected the majority of us, in one way or another. But it has also been an opportunity to re-evaluate our lives and reflect more deeply about the things that we hold dear. So this year, as we gather around the dinner table with our family and friends to enjoy a bountiful meal, let's remember to be grateful for all the blessings that we still have, and celebrate those more wholeheartedly than ever. Read the beautiful poem below...
16. September 2020
As followers of Christ, there are many things that distinguish us from non-believers. Our definition of love, our reliance on God, our unfaltering hope even in the worst of situations, our faith that ultimately, all will end well. But being a Christian doesn't shield us from having problems in life. Like all humans living in a fallen world, we will have our fair share of hardships and sorrows. And yet, even in this regard we have something that distinguishes us from everyone else: that the...
04. June 2020
On May 30 we marked the day that Jesus ascended into Heaven, forty days after his resurrection. But God, in all his goodness, did not leave us here on Earth alone. This coming Sunday we celebrate Pentecost, when he sent his holy spirit to live within us, to guide us, to give us joy, to comfort us in all our sorrows, and to shape us into true followers of Christ. So how can be feel the holy spirit in our lives and let it guide our decisions and our relationships? Take time every day to pray to...

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